segregate people into voting districts based on race. a pretty terrifying way to look at world. on behalf of, on my radio show i call myself the geekiest white guy east of the mississippi river. i'm prepared right now if my race is problem, unfair if i'm white, i'm happy to change. if you can find another race that will take my. i've been turned down by anybody. if you know somebody could can get me in i will be happy to make the switch. it is really sad to tell a bunch young college kids, impressionable, what is wrong in the world there is something wrong with you because of your skin color. martha: that is very interesting. when you talk to young people, they rarely refer to each other like, oh, this is my black friend or my asian friend. i'm struck by the fact when i hear younger people, college kids, you know, kids my children's age, they never talk in those terms. so i'm wondering if this doesn't highlight something they, you know, they're not sensing perhaps in the way anyway? that prior generations did?